Taxation presents arguably the most dynamic and complex challenge in the context of financial planning.

Ever changing legislation and rules are matched only by the new methods devised to make the discharging of tax liabilities as efficient as possible.

When it comes to tax planning and strategy, every case is unique. Our approach remains versatile with an awareness that individual issues must be dealt with on their own merits but with the overall, long-term considerations always in mind.

Whether you are the tax director of a multi-national group, an owner manager, an individual setting up a trust or in receipt of a trust income, an employee or a Public Benefit Organisation, we make sure you don’t pay more tax than is necessary and that your activities remain tax efficient.

We also value the importance of relationships, especially over the long-term. Getting to know your needs over time means we will become more knowledgeable of your affairs and can react proactively to changing tax requirements in line with your own special circumstances.

Mazars' tax services cover a number of broad areas.


Doing Business in South Africa

The Business and Taxation Guide South Africa, provides an insightful overview for companies who are interested in doing business in South Africa. This guide contains all the information you need to best understand our legislative environment and tax regime enabling you to make the best decisions about starting a business in the country.

Global Mobility

Deploying staff on global assignments can create escalating challenges for managing the risks arising from tax, social security, immigration, payroll and corporate tax considerations.

Legislative Changes

Here you will find helpful information and news regarding past, future and current legislative changes and their Tax implications. Please feel free to contact your Mazars Tax Consultant for further explanation or with any queries.

Tax Exempt Entities

There are a variety of organisation types that may enjoy full or partial tax exemption.

These include -
-Public Benefit Organisations (PBOs);
-Recreational Clubs;
-Homeowner Associations;
-Small Business Funding Entities; and
-Certain associations that promote the common interest of persons carrying on a particular type of business or profession.

However, in some cases, VAT and Corporate tax can still apply to these organisations.